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Curie Metropolitan High School for The Technical and Performing Arts. Junior Seminar Friday, January 4, 2013 9:05 AM – 9:35 AM Curie Auditorium Principal Phillip Perry, Presenter Assistant Principals Rochelle Bryant Ana Espinoza Laura Cottrell Jose Rodriguez. Norms.

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Curie metropolitan high school for the technical and performing arts

Curie Metropolitan High School for The Technical and Performing Arts

Junior Seminar

Friday, January 4, 2013

9:05 AM – 9:35 AM

Curie Auditorium

Principal Phillip Perry, Presenter

Assistant Principals

Rochelle Bryant

Ana Espinoza

Laura Cottrell

Jose Rodriguez


Norms
Norms Performing Arts

  • Sit with your homeroom teacher

  • Listen to the information being presented

  • Turn off and put away all electronic devices

  • Wear your Curie ID

  • Take notes for future reference

  • Hold all questions until the end of the presentation

  • Wait for dismissal instructions


Meeting purpose
Meeting Purpose Performing Arts

  • Ensure all juniors are ready for the ACT

  • Review the school mission and priorities as stated in the Continuous Improvement Work Plan (CIWP)

  • Review EPAS (ACT’s Educational Planning Assessment System)

  • Discuss college readiness according to ACT

  • State the supports to students for improving their scores


Homeroom teachers
Homeroom Teachers Performing Arts

  • Please distribute ACT commitment forms to students now


Curie mission statement

Curie Mission Statement Performing Arts

It is the mission of Curie Metropolitan High School to offer a rigorous academic curriculum with an emphasis on technology and the arts. Curie High School promotes future success by establishing a culture of college and career readiness and by encouraging students to enroll in post-secondary institutions. Curie High School is committed to providing authentic learning experiences that will provide a foundation for life-long learning. Students will be prepared to become leaders and engaged citizens in a global society, enabling them to contribute positively and responsibly to their community.


School priorities
School Priorities Performing Arts

  • Promote EPAS growth through targeted instruction that addresses student deficits through teacher integration of Common Core aligned instruction.

  • Identify and apply best practice strategies that support increased student attendance and decrease misconducts within the 4-6 range.

  • Teachers will monitor weekly on-track goals at each grade level to support achievement by identifying student needs, differentiating instruction and aligning curriculum and instruction to Common Core Standards.

  • Identify and apply school-wide structures and procedures that support college and post-secondary metrics.


What is epas

What is Performing ArtsEPAS ?

ACT's EPAS® Educational Planning and Assessment System was developed in response to the need for all students to be prepared for high school and the transitions they make after graduation.

The EPAS system provides a longitudinal, systematic approach to educational and career planning, assessment, instructional support, and evaluation. The system focuses on the integrated, higher-order thinking skills students develop in grades K-12 that are important for success both during and after high school.

EPAS focuses on a number of key transition points that young people face:

EXPLORE, 8th/9th grade—Preparing for high school studies

PLAN, 10th grade—Planning and preparing for college and the workplace

PSAE/ACT, 11th/12th grade—Being ready for life after high school


ACT College Readiness Benchmarks Performing Arts

The average national composite score is 21


The benchmarks are Performing Artsscores on the ACT subject-area tests that represent the level of achievement required for students to have a 50% chance of obtaining a B or higher or about a 75% chance of obtaining a C or higher in corresponding credit-bearing first-year college courses. These college courses include English composition, college algebra, introductory social science courses, and biology. Based on a nationally representative sample of 98 institutions and more than 90,000 students, the Benchmarks are median course placement values for these institutions and as such represent a typical set of expectations.


Supports to students for improvement beginning the week of january 14th
Supports to Students for Improvement Beginning the Week of January 14th

  • After school ACT classes tutoring taught by Curie teachers

  • Saturday skills building taught by Cambridge Educational Services

  • ACT on-line practice after school

  • Classroom practice activities every Friday

  • A full practice ACT on January 16, 2013


The goal
The Goal January 14th

  • Every junior will improve their individual ACT score by a minimum of 2 points on the practice ACT Wednesday, January 16th

  • Every junior will improve their spring 2013 ACT by another 2 points


Next steps
Next Steps January 14th

  • Homeroom teachers will distribute ACT skills building class commitment forms to students

  • Turn your form in today before you leave


Thank you for your cooperation

Thank you for your cooperation January 14th

Enjoy your day and your weekend